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Latest image from the Peregrine Falcon
Webcam at the State Capitol

The Live Stream of the Peregrines is now available on the NGPC Blog.
We are mixing things up this year by adding a second camera that has been placed
right next to the nestbox and will provide a close-up view of the action.

Click on the button or the image to be directed to the Blog page.
Once you are on the blog page simply click on the
lower right hand corner to view the full size feed.

Funding for the Capitol Falcons project comes from the Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund, or state income tax check-off, so don’t forget us during tax season. Click on the Check for Wildlife logo to donate.



Peregrines in the News
The selection of nesting locations by the peregrines can be a contested battle.

Read this Lincoln Journal Star Article to learn more about the peregrine patterns.

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Looking for more info on Birds?

Visit the Nebraska Bird Partnership web site

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Watch the Kestrels on the Kestrel Web Cam

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has an American Kestrel nest box on the north side of the headquarters building in Lincoln, Nebraska. We have placed a small video camera 3/4" diameter x 2 1/2" long in the top of the nest box.

The TernCam should be back online soon
Check back to their web site for their live feed launch during the summer of 2012.

Biodiversity Research Institute's PeregrineCam | EagleCam
These nests are located in Maine and have a long history of use and nesting success. Activity can occur at the nest at any time. Breeding activity will typically take place between March and July. Join in the conversation in BRI's NING online community, read about the eagles on our blog, written by expert wildlife biologists, and join us on twitter and facebook for updates.






This project was funded from the Commission's Nebraska Wildlife Conservation Fund with assistance from the Office of the Capitol Commission, the State Building Division, the Nebraska State Patrol and the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services.

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